THE BOYS ARE PUT IN PRISON FOR SELLING BOOTLEGED BEER TO A COP..SPANISH VERSION OF "PARDON US"THE CLASSROOM SCENE W/JAMES FINLASON IS NOT IN THIS VERSON .IT COULDNT BE TRANSLATED INTO FORIGN LANGUAGES BECAUSE IT CONTAINED PUNS ONLY UNDERSTOOD BY ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLE.THE ENDING PRISON SEQUENCE WAS EXPANDED TO KEEP THE FILM AT FEATURE LENGTH...( as with everything I upload I tried my best to comb every possible date this could be an the catolouge of copyright records) Topics: stan laurel, oliver hardy
With Günther Uecker and Brigitte Stöckhert Male finger between two female fingers. Addicional eroctic giggling. In "The Finger" we see a male finger moving between two female fingers; with that the giggeling of a woman and a man. A film of sensual touch with all its related associations. (H.P.KOCHENRATH) Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Gunther Uecker, Brigitte Stockhert
The author uses the camera as the eye, moves so one-handed through home and welcomes after peeing with his free hand, people at a party. I've seen "The Stairs", which was not shown in Knokke at the Cream Cheese, a Beat-Restaurant in the historic center of Düsseldorf, where films from Lutz Mommartz were projected on the wall. The film shows a man at home with the camera: A man who keeps a running camera in his hand, observing him making his household tasks. From a grotesque... Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema
The sea is infinitely beautiful Description of a film installation with 5 projectors on 3 walls. The breath of the sheep 9,35’ N8 mm Tour trough Scotland with Gotthard Graubner and Günter Uecker. Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Günter Uecker, Gotthard Graubner, German experimental...
Featuring Jurgen Kuhfuss Meiterinnen and Andreas Dahmen vom Mieterverein. An attempt by the film maker himself to make himself useful in the tenant solidarity movement against mass dismissals. favoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Jurgen Kuhfuss
With Jürgen Kuhfuß "Monuments" is an attack on the meaning of monuments, here in Düsseldorf / Germany. And then suddenly a film with a recognizable concept was shown, an attack on the Monument Forest in Düsseldorf from imperialist and fascist days, along with the call to replace the monuments with memorials for the victims from these bloody times. That was a debatable attempt to make visible and attack the "Unresolved past". (PETER STEINHART, RP, 6.4.72) Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Jürgen Kuhfuß
Special two projector synchronization. A summary of the farmer's war in Germany. Filmgruppe Düsseldorf Doppelprojektion Naht an Naht nebeneinander - provisorisch zusammengeschnitten für eine Projektion. (LM) Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Filmgruppe Düsseldorf
With Brigitte S. and Wolfgang D. At the climax of her career, the Schiller decided to do something different. LUTZ MOMMARTZ In 1968 I made with Wolf Domke -an art and architecture student from Düsseldorf- a film about his vision of the future. It became a testimony to the impotence of the individual, to understand and redesign the world. Six years later I met his girlfriend Brigitte Schiller. As the owner of an agency in a professional and personal changing situation she became for me a medium... Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Wolfgang Domke
Bundesfilmpreis: Filmband in Silber Camera: Dieter Fietzke and Lutz Mommartz, Sound: Herbert Baumann, Important help: Ingrid Lutz, Henning Brandis, Franz van der Grinten, Fritz Gorrissen, Pastor Mühlhoff, Ernst Schönzeler, Ata Jansen, Frau Heukulum, Brigitte Groenewald, Familie van de Sandt, Familie Schmidt, Hennes Stelzer, Bauer Timpe, Hugo Bos and al inhabitants from Schanze / Germany. A utopian film about landscape and people from the Niederrhein / Germany. SEBASTIAN FELDMANN, RP,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Dieter Fietzke, Niederrhein, Herbert Baumann
Shooting Operation: Featuring Bernard Pavel Woschek. Lutz and Berni mess around in a profound way about what they do in this moment: A film. Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Bernard Pavel Woschek
With Bernhard Wallasch, Hubertus Müll, Eva Nölle, Manfred Behr, Bernd Conrad, Clemens Reinders u.a. at the Abbadia Ardenga near by Montepulciano Students portraits on a field trip to Tuscany. (LM) The Art Academy Münster / Germany is a University of Fine Arts. In terms of liberal arts here artists and art educators are studying in joint classes in the fields of painting, sculpture, installation art, performance, photography, film and new media. Besides history, criticism, theory and... Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Die Filmklasse Münster
WIth Dirk Vollenbroich, Stefan Silies, Anja Kreysing, Bernhard Kappelhoff and Till Nachtamann Peculiar portrait of former secret service man under Canaris. Instead of traveling 1997 to Tuscany or in to large construction site in Berlin, the Fimklasse Münster Academy of Art traveled to the unknown Buckow, 50 km east of Berlin. We landed, 'in a manor house in the neighboring village Ihlow. From here we explored the Märkische Schweiz / Germany, we visited a former secret bunker of the NVA, a... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Filmklasse Münster, Dirk Vollenbroich, Stefan Silies,...
D.O.A. (1950) is a film noir drama film directed by Rudolph Maté, considered a classic of the stylistic genre. The frantically-paced plot revolves around a doomed man's quest to find out who has poisoned him – and why – before he dies. The film begins with a scene called "perhaps one of cinema's most innovative opening sequences" by a BBC reviewer. The scene is a long, behind-the-back tracking sequence featuring Frank Bigelow (O'Brien) walking through a hallway into a police... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 54 reviews ) Topics: suspense, film noir, pdmovies
This print is sharper and brighter than the existing IA copies. Time is running out for Edmond O'Brien's desperate attempt to solve his own murder. A classic and hard-hitting film noir with a good supporting cast that at the time were mostly relative unknowns. Directed by Rudolph Mate Released in 1950 a.k.a. "Dead on Arrival" (literal title) Complete print CAST NOTE: The feature film debuts of Neville Brand and future scream queen Beverly Garland (billed as Beverly Campbell). Topics: mysteries, film noir, Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler, Beverly Garland, Neville Brand,...
A gigantic, rocket-powered, flying turtle with fangs befriends an annoying little kid, which doesn't interfere with the usual monster mayhem. This is the original widescreen release without the tacked-on footage of the English-dubbed version known as "Gamera the Invincible," which also is available here at IA. Directed by Noriaki Yuasa Released in 1965 Japanese language with English subtitles complete print Topics: monsters, Japanese monsters, creature features, Gamera
This is a typical early 1930s film warning about the dangers of unprotected sex and the diseases one can contract. The film was directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, who made several films in this drama. The film involves a young executive, with an important job and a long term girlfriend. His boss insists that he go out with him to a party and while out at the party he sleeps with a young wealthy woman, and contracts syphilis from her. The girl is so upset that she commits suicide. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topic: Drama
Spaghetti-sandal version of the classic tales, dubbed into English. Pythias, a liberal Athenian who believes all men are brothers, is condemned to death by Dionysus, the tyrant of Syracuse, who finds this view dangerous. However, Dionysus allows Pythias to return to Athens to visit his ailing wife with the understanding he will then come back to face his punishment. Damon, a friend of Pythias, volunteers to be a hostage to guarantee Pythias's return. Dionysius doesn't expect Pythias to keep his... favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ancient Greece, swords, pecs
Dan Candy's Law, also known as Alien Thunder, is a 1974 Canadian western film directed by Claude Fournier and starring Donald Sutherland. Based on a true story, the movie follows a Canadian Mountie who wants to give an Indian a fair trial for the murder of a fellow officer before he winds up being executed. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page . Topic: pdmovies
A gangster (Timothy Farrell) who operates a sleazy dance hall uses a sadistic bodyguard (Lenny Bruce) to keep his girls afraid and his customers in line. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topic: Crime